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The Verdict Reviews: What Do Critics Think of Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Off-Broadway?

Julia Masli's solo comedy, a 2023 Edinburgh Festival Fringe hit, is now running at SoHo Playhouse.

Julia Masli Andy Hollingworth

Julia Masli's one-person show Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha officially opened at Off-Broadway's SoHo Playhouse May 18, and the reviews are rolling in. Performances began May 15, and will continue through June 8. 

The solo comedy stars Masli, a trained clown who, while using a bronze leg and a handbell, promises to "eradicate all New Yorkers’ woes." 

Read the reviews below. 

TheaterMania (Amelia Merrill)

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Playbill will continue to update this list as reviews come in.

Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha first had an acclaimed run at the 2023 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, where it had to add extra performances to meet demand. It then had a run in London at the Soho Theatre, and another at Australia's International Comedy Festival in Melbourne.

Masli's previous shows include Legs and Choosh!, the latter of which was about a migrant's struggle in America. The performer is based in London.

Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha is co-directed by Masli and Kim Noble. The design team features sound designer Alessio Festuccia, lighting designer Lily Woodford, sound tech Jonny Woolley, and costume designers Alice Wedge, Annika Thiems, and David Curtis-Ring.

The show is produced by Impatient Productions, Seaview, Wessex Grove, Sue Wagner and John Johnson with Overture.

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